Twins relief pitcher, video game streamer Trevor May gets a kick out of 'MLB The Show 19'

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Twins relief pitcher, video game streamer Trevor May gets a kick out of 'MLB The Show 19'
Twins relief pitcher, video game streamer Trevor May gets a kick out of 'MLB The Show 19'

Twins right-hander Trevor May has accumulated around 69,000 followers on Twitter and 132,000 followers on video streaming site Twitch largely because of his favorite off-field hobby. May, an avid video game player, found an online community eager to watch him offer commentary over his gameplay. He competes in titles such as "Fortnite" and "Sea of Thieves," but he also puts in work on "MLB The Show 19," where he can compare his real-life baseball experiences to the simulation. He told "ChangeUp" hosts Adnan Virk and Scott Rogowski that the differences between "MLB The Show" and the actual big leagues amuse him and in turn help him amuse his viewers. "I talk about the stuff that's not real, that's

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